Grazers G1 - rabbit, pigeon and deer

750ml £6.99
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Buy Grazers G1 - rabbit, pigeon and deer: <ul><b><li>Safe for people, plants, pets and the environment</li><li>Lasts for up to 6 weeks</li><li>Works on edibles and ornamental plants</li></b></ul><br>Stop wildlife from nibbling garden plants and allotment crops without harming them or your plants with this ready-to-use spray.<br><br>Used successfully by farmers since 1999, Grazers G1 is applied to foliage and taken in systematically. The nutrient-based spray contains trace elements rather than pesticides and will benefit the plant while making it less appealing to wildlife including rabbits, deer, pigeons, geese and rodents.<br><br>Suitable for use all around the garden on ornamental plants, shrubs, roses, bedding, fruit and vegetable crops and lawns. Applied as directed, the deterrent effects will last for up to 6 weeks.<br><br>Contains 750ml, enough to treat an area of up to 30sqm. Always read instructions before use.

  • Safe for people, plants, pets and the environment
  • Lasts for up to 6 weeks
  • Works on edibles and ornamental plants

Stop wildlife from nibbling garden plants and allotment crops without harming them or your plants with this ready-to-use spray.

Used successfully by farmers since 1999, Grazers G1 is applied to foliage and taken in systematically. The nutrient-based spray contains trace elements rather than pesticides and will benefit the plant while making it less appealing to wildlife including rabbits, deer, pigeons, geese and rodents.

Suitable for use all around the garden on ornamental plants, shrubs, roses, bedding, fruit and vegetable crops and lawns. Applied as directed, the deterrent effects will last for up to 6 weeks.

Contains 750ml, enough to treat an area of up to 30sqm. Always read instructions before use.

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Deer

Deer eat a wide range of plants and usually visit the garden between dusk and dawn. Sometimes the deer have a particular taste for flowers and will eat tulip blooms, but usually it is whole shoots that are lost. Tree trunks and branches may also be damage

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